Why ask a silly question? People wanting a game they’re excited for to review well is not new. And 95 versus 94 is the difference between something unprecedented for a ps4/XBO game this gen and something that’s been previously achieved.
But 94 is still very high, it's not like that's a horrible score. It's a one percentage-point difference.
It's not really the issue IMO. Imagine a niche game with less reviews, like 20 and a very good 90 score. And then this guy arrives and give it a 20 just for trolling sake. This would make a 86. And for a niche game that people will see for the first time on MC, 4 points can make the difference between "Wow, I don't know it but great score, I should try it" and "Bah, so much games around 85-86...". So a game could lose sales because some random internet hater is accepted on MC. The weighing is important to keep real reviewers more meaningful. Otherwise we could just read the user's reviews...
Obviously the best thing would be for MC to do their job more seriously and kick that thing out of there.